Ongoing: Residents may contact the clerk with any questions, comments or feedback relating to the Northleach with Eastington Neighbourhood Plan.

This page is incomplete, and will be updated when possible.

15 October 2014: Neighbourhood Planning Workshop
Invitation letter >
Notes from the event  are just a summary record of what was discussed:
Housing stream – notes (PDF) >
Environment stream – notes (PDF) >
Employment/business stream – notes (PDF) >

28 June 2014: Neighbourhood Plan stall at Charter Fair. Residents were invited to put stickers on a giant map to show which sites they think are most suitable for new houses, new employment buildings and new car parks.

22 June: Open day on parking and traffic issues in Northleach, held at the Cotswold Hall.

16 June: Second Neighbourhood Plan newsletter distributed to homes in the town.

25 March: Letters were sent to local landowners inviting them to meet the Steering Group to discuss their thoughts on future development of the town.

15 March: Public consultation on potential development sites identified in the SHLAA. Small groups of local residents had assessed the suitability of the sites using a toolkit provided by Cotswold District Council. At the public consultation, residents had the opportunity to view and comment on these assessments. Consultation materials were on display until 21 March.

30 January 2014: NDP newsletter (double-sided A4) summarizing findings from the public meeting was distributed to all homes in the town

7 January 2014: New town council website goes live. This includes pages dedicated to the Neighbourhood Plan, and is regularly updated with the latest information.

23 December 2013: Press release issued to mark the official launch of the Neighbourhood Plan process, now that the area has been designated.

20 November 2013: Public meeting to raise awareness of the Neighbourhood Plan, and to start to identify issues and opportunities for the town. Around 100 people attended. They were divided into five smaller groups (based on geographic areas in the town) to facilitate general discussion

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